Any idea what is up in GA? Will the gov and state house/senate take on the unions like WI, FL, OH,IN?
We'll have to see, Georgia is a "right to work" state and most like it that way, so I doubt if much will change.
Although like many other states there is a union presence here, they are basically on the ropes as more of the members join the looking for work roll, while the leaderships gets the bonuses and no lost work time.
The unions have been cutting their throats for a long time, and their actions now are accelerating the process.
GA is a right to work state. We do not have government unions other than the ones for the feds and the teachers associations...